CDM Smith has received a Merit Award from the California Chapter American Council of Engineering Companies for their work on the Pinnacles City of Stockton Delta Water Supply in Stockton.
CDM Smith was contracted by the City of Stockton as the design-build entity providing both design engineering and construction of the 30 million gallon per day treatment facility and 18 miles of conveyance to improve water reliability, protect groundwater resources, and provide drought protection for Stockton residents and businesses, today and into the future. The project was designed and constructed at a cost that met the City’s budget and commissioned on schedule.
About the Finished Project
The Delta Water Supply Project provides a new supplemental high quality water supply for the Stockton Metropolitan Area. The finished project replaces declining surface water resources, protects groundwater supplies, and provides for current and future water needs.
The Delta Water Supply Project Intake and Pump Station Facility is funded in part thanks to a $12.5M Proposition 84 Grant from the State of California, Department of Water Resources under the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006.
About ACEC California:
ACEC California is a statewide association representing more than 1,000 private consulting engineering and land-surveying firms that average 20 employees each. ACEC California is dedicated to enhancing the consulting engineering and land surveying professions, protecting the general public and promoting the use of the private sector in the growth and development of our state. Our members provide services for all phases of planning, designing and constructing projects. For more information, visit www.acec-ca.org.